By Mosunmola Ayobami, Kwara
The President of United Missionary Church of Africa (UMCA), Reverend Moses Tswanya has called for unrelenting prayers from Christian across the nation for God to touch the lives of those perpetrating the racial killing in the North-East and some part of North-Central of the country.
Tswanya made this call while delivering his “Easter message” on Monday in Ilorin.
He also called on jobless youths to embrace menial jobs so as to get engage as part of tactics to curtail insecurity menace in Nigeria.
“I want call on Christian across the country to pray fervently to God,doing this very soon those perpetrators will leave us alone as God would have touched their lives,” he said.
The President similarly implored Nigerian churches to promote peace and equity in all their dealings, urging them to redirect the focus of the youths from materialism to piety and pay special attention to core family values which he said are now lacking in the society.
He noted that Jesus came to do the work of redemption for salvation of man Kind.
The cleric however identified repentance of sin as the only way to enjoy redemption.